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Consider the defining attributes of the built environment
The patterns of human-made buildings and spaces around the site inform project design. Appropriate design responses are not encouraged to mimic the built context of the site, but to find ways to be compatible and contribute to the surroundings.
height, bulk, and form of nearby buildings
setbacks from property lines, access points, and relationship between buildings and open spaces
how features, design elements and proportions relate to the human experience
surrounding services, schools, and other institutional uses
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